Christophe Soulé

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Christophe Soulé
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Christophe Soulé, Oberwolfach 2005
Born 1951
Known for Algebraic geometry, number theory

Christophe Soulé (born 1951) is a French mathematician working in algebraic geometry and number theory.

Awards and recognition[edit]

In 1979, he was awarded a CNRS Bronze Medal. He received the Prix J. Ponti in 1985 and the Prix Ampère in 1993.[1]

Since 2001, he is member of the French Academy of Sciences.[2] In 1983, he was invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) in Warsaw.[3]

Publications[edit]

  • Ch. Soulé, D. Abramovich, J.F. Burnol, J. Kramer: Lectures on Arakelov Geometry. Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics 33. Cambridge University Press, 1992.
  • Henri Gillet, Ch. Soulé: An arithmetic Riemann–Roch Theorem, Inventiones Mathematicae 110, 1992, pp. 473–543.

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